Practices and Processes

The Practices and Processes Seminar Series offers a space for work in progress and development, a forum for testing methodologies and articulating interim findings related to research in all areas of contemporary practices of theatre-making and performance, as well as its cultural histories and lineages.

The Practices and Processes Seminar Series offers a space for work in progress and development, a forum for testing methodologies and articulating interim findings related to research in all areas of contemporary practices of theatre-making and performance, as well as its cultural histories and lineages.

Recent seminars have featured performance thinkers from around the world, including our 2017-18 visiting fellows: Christopher Balme on the impressario Maurice Bandmann, Tracy Davis on mermaid shows, Nike Jonah on thinking creatively about diversity, and David Román on Taylor Mac's 24-hour musical performance and revolution. To join us, check out our upcoming research events.

Practices and Processes Seminar Series